• Playing with scale and proportion, larger fretwork lets in sunlight through windows, while smaller fretwork frames the building

    “Fretwork is one of my favorite design elements. We had a pair of Chinese Chippendale chairs in my childhood home and it naturally became a look I gravitate towards.”
  • Green velvet walls and wainscoting inspired by Tory’s living room

    “When we thought about our store decor in the beginning,
    fashion was in a very minimal place, but I wanted to go in a different direction.”
  • A façade made
    from brass fretwork, one of Tory’s
    favorite design elements

    Seating areas with velvet benches and check-upholstered
    Gustavian chairs

    “I want our boutiques to feel residential,
    as if you are walking into a warm, inviting living room.”
  • Family photos and iconic images from the Sixties and Seventies
    add a personal touch

    “I love the look of different materials together — brass with mirror, wood with Lucite…”
  • Matching patterns
    — an old-fashioned
    interiors technique,
    modernized with a bright,
    bold print. Pattern-on-pattern
    creates a layered effect

    “I often mix it up, but matching the walls and furniture with a particularly strong print
    feels fresh and impactful.”
  • Settees and velvet sofas inspired by ones in Tory’s
    New York apartment

    Blue-and-white china — Tory’s parents collected it and passed on their love of it to her

    “I like combining different patterns in one color scheme — it ties everything together.”
  • Orange lacquer and brass tables — a nod to the doors of
    Tory Burch boutiques

    “Several of the boutiques have an orange-and-brass motif, partly inspired by David Hicks.
    I love the way he combined geometric prints and bold colors
    with pieces from his travels to places like Morocco.”
  • Artist Donald Judd inspired
    this interior, from the brass shelves
    to the cube-like tables

    “I love orange. It’s happy and chic — and an unexpected choice in fashion and interiors.”